When it comes to enabling external video collaboration across any device, cloud-based video-conferencing is changing the way organizations communicate. The benefit of cloud-delivered video goes beyond cost-savings: It provides technical and architectural advantages to solving the real-world challenge of connecting external participants, like customers, partners, clients and, in the case of the Air Force Association (AFA), a network of 90,000 volunteers and alumni.
Learn about the use case of the AFA, a non-profit, independent, professional military and aerospace education association with only 70 full-time employees. With limited IT resources, they were able to rapidly deploy cloud based video conferencing to connect staff and volunteers across challenging networks and a multitude of devices, to create a more interconnected and efficient organization. The results? A more effective delivery of support initiatives to service members before, during, and beyond their time in uniform.
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Ted Yorkshire has been in the information technology field for more than 20 years and been with the Air Force Association for more than 18 years. Currently he is the Manager of Multimedia. His responsibilities include website management, video teleconferencing support, audio & video production and post-production. He also provides network assistance and day-to-day IT obligations.
With over a decade in UC&C industry, Cara has covered a diverse cross-section of technologies, including video collaboration, streaming, video content management, immersive telepresence and managed services. Cara knows cloud communications. And she knows everything you ever wanted to know about VidyoCloud (and hopefully are not afraid to ask).